Welcome to our tour pages! We would like you to get inspired by our numerous and perfectly arranged itineraries published below and let us know what suits you best. Wonders Of Yunnan Travel is specialized on tailor-making your travel experiences in Yunnan and Southwest China, so if you can't discover a tour according to your special requests, please tailor-make your own tour.
The Guandu District of Kunming hosts the area’s most famous ‘old town’. Use this one-day-trip to stroll around and also visit Kunming’s newly arranged Provincial Museum (opened in May 2015). Get a deeper understanding of not only local archaeology and architecture but also learn about dinosaurs and Chinese ethnography.
A short but intensive tour through Yunnan's amazing karst land forms. After paying a visit to Kunming's most popular site, the Stone Forest, we proceed 300 km south to visit Puzhehei, where the karst landscape is combined with numerous lakes covered by lotus flowers in summer. Still one of Yunnan's insider tipps, the Puzhehei area is especially interesting for photography enthusiasts.
This tour was published in the travel section of AD, one of the largest newspapers in the Netherlands! Trek through the amazing tropical rain forest of Yunnan and get in touch with local people!
Immerse yourself in the beautiful scenery of the Stone Forest that was listed as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2007.
If you want to escape the crowds and concrete of Kunming and immerse yourself in nature and in beautiful landscapes, this is the right tour for you! You will have the opportunity to hike for 2 days at the Jiaozi Snow Mountain Scenic Area and at Dongchuan Red Soil Land afterwards.
Explore Stone Forest, the top UNESCO World Heritage attraction near Kunming! Get an authentic feeling of Yunnan's rural life afterwards and visit Danuohei Sani Village, a stony village in Shilin County!
Join this 3-day-tour to the famous Yuanyang Rice Terraces UNESCO World Heritage. On the way, stop over at Jianshui with its cozy old town and interesting temples.
The Yunnan snub-nosed monkey is the most endangered of China's three snub-nosed monkey species. You might be asking whether it's really necessary to travel somewhere to have a look at a nearly extinct species. The answer is no AND yes. No, as it's better to leave those animals undisturbed in their habitat. Yes, because your vist supports the work of local rangers and the sustainable protection of the monkeys in the National Park.